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An up-to-date report for amateur and professional naturalists Introduced by C. A. NORRIS including :
A national round-up with CHRISTOPHER MYLNE in Scotland BILL CONDRY in Wales
DOUGLAS DEANE in Northern Ireland RICHARD BAGNALL-OAKELEY in East Anglia Also
L. HUGH NEWMAN and Michael CHALMERS-HUNT discuss the apparent decline of many British butterflies Produced by John Burton

Contributors

Introduced By:
C. A. Norris
Unknown:
Christopher Mylne
Unknown:
L. Hugh Newman
Unknown:
Michael Chalmers-Hunt
Produced By:
John Burton

first Series
LESSON 20 given by Sydney Salamé with the help of Sabine Michael and Walter Andreas Script by Sydney Salamg and Edith R. Baer Produced by Edith R. Baer
Repeated on Friday at 6.40
Details of the booklet and pronunciation disc are on page 64
The second series of German for Beginners starts on Monday, October 8, at 7.10, and will be preceded by a revision lesson on October 1. Programmes will again be repeated on Fridays at 6.40

Contributors

Unknown:
Sabine Michael
Unknown:
Walter Andreas
Unknown:
Edith R. Baer
Produced By:
Edith R. Baer

Ready to read: 1
What makes a child want to read? How can you tell when he or she is ready to read?
JAMES WEBSTER offers an answer to these questions and discusses with MARGERY FISHER books and apparatus suitable for the pre-reading period. Programme introduced by Joan Yorke

Contributors

Unknown:
Margery Fisher
Introduced By:
Joan Yorke

Network Three

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